We discover a rigged table during a restoration.

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North American Heathen : Your video would be 1000 times more enjoyable if you turn off or turn down the music.

D Sloop : music is way too loud

Sammy Spaniel : Just a quick note since no one else seems to have the guts.......the music is a bit loud.

billy fakersonton : I don't suppose anyone had mentioned to you in the last 2 years that the music is a bit loud in video.

Ayy Lmao : The man was way too loud,i could barely hear the music. Turn his volume down next time

Zack B : If you listen closely, you can hear the subliminal messaging in the music. Something about table restoration.

John Smith : The keyword in "background music" is "background".

I leave mean comments : jesus christ this guy really drags it out, doesn't he? GET TO THE POINT MAN!

joeskis : Who's the stupid editor that put vocal music in this video and upon reviewing it decided it was a good idea?

Devin Shillington : i think theres a guy talking in the background

Ben Rainero : Great video. your music is a little loud. recommend turning it down a little.

Adam Bear : Think of the hidden rigging tech they have today...

Keeks Marone : Idk what these guys are complaining about I can hear you just fine over the music, it adds to the time period too.

ChrisGeez : For the electricity from the batteries to circulate and power a device, the circuit is *closed* by the switch, not opened. That's because closing the circuit completes the pathway for the electrons to travel.

William Owen : Music is far too intrusive, fade in, fade out is your friend.

Jason Kneller : If you want people to enjoy your videos, either don't overlay music on to it or at least reduce it to a volume low enough that the speakers voice is not competing with it. Christ that was annoying and made it unwatchable.

Connor Duff : so the ball goes round as normal, all of a sudden the croupier moves his hand under the table and the ball flies off to the right..that's one slick operation....maybe the deafening music distracted the punters!

W00K W00K : I can barely hear the guy with the music blasting.

Joshua Jones : could you upload one with no music? trying to absorb the information became really difficult when the music was basically as loud as your voice.

J Crif : Oh shit that music makes this unwatchable, goodbye

Rondal62 : music was louder than you, I understand you were trying to add nostalgia It is a good video other than that.

Isaiah75287 : The background music was too loud

Tipperzack : The music was too loud when he was talking. Play it in the beginning, not throughout. I enjoyed all the work and information about the table.

T AN : Glad to hear that everyone else agrees the music is too loud.

The Gods Right-Hand Man : Just an FYI to say I had no problem with the music interfering with your voice. You were lucid and tangible and the music was a good background. Seems a lot of people here can't listen properly . . . .

Robert Rosenthal : The background music is louder than the speaker. We don't even need the background music, and are here to listen to the speaker, not the music.

TacticalBBQSauce : everyone shut up about the music, you can hear fine.

Tech 10 : close the circuit * !!!!!!! at 5:00

Ohio Guy19 : The annoying/loud background music is wonderful, only complaint is it’s too quiet

rastawet : I came here for the music

Quimquat : the back ground music is too loud I can't hear you plus you mumble

werty1432k : Please no more music

Auckland357 : I'm sure a casino table set up for cheating is "really rare"

Gordon Tendick : Skip to 4:38. You're welcome.

Markush 3 : I feel like the music gets louder and louder as he talks

Gregor Cleganes Rabid Pug : - please turn the music down - stop saying UMMMM

dadio1a : holy crap...turn your frigging music off

Deadbeliefs : Music was fine considering It's the era of the table. Video was awesome, learned more in five minutes about fixed tables than some commercialized television program. Ignore these children giving you what they consider 'sound youtube advice' (double entendre). Kids wouldn't know a good jam if the jar broke at their feet, know what I'm saying?

alf beef : I couldn't hear the music good enough could you turn it up next time? I would like to really I've seen the demonstration of the ball and the pin..

Mark F. : can't hear shit cause the dam background music is too loud

BurgerWeiner : Could barely hear the music.

Debbiebabe69 : Its nothing compared to what they do nowadays. Roulette (fair roulette) has an expectation of around 95%, meaning every 100 quid you put on the table, on average you will get 95 quid back. So a roulette table makes roughly 5% of the stakes placed per spin, minus the daily cost of the croupier, and the tables share of the security and other staff, and the casino itself. To make more money, the table needs more gamblers playing, but theres a physical limit to how many customers one croupier and table can handle. Enter the big winner for the casinos - Electronic Roulette. With no need for a croupier, and no physical limitations to how many gamblers can sit around a table, or how many tables can fit in a casino, billions and billions and billions of bets can be placed every second, the 'house' taking its 5% of each bet, and overheads are eliminated.

HailAnts : Jeez, fast forward to 5:00 to get to how it worked...

Thomas Jefferson : Very interesting but the music is very annoying.

Hoobz01 : About 2 years ago we could hear this music. Could never work out where it came from. Ragtime classic crap. Then I clicked on this clip. Found it everyone. It's that loud

LandOfPhilosophy : Songs in background are Sugar Foot Stomp, unknown author, and Doctor Jazz by Jelly Roll Morton. If they are more songs that I forgot about, tell me and I can help.

TexasGTO : Dude rambles a lot. 5:10 .... You're welcome.

TheStuffz : this should be in the Mob Museum in vegas

Mick : Every1 just used to blastin at max volume or whats wrong?

Chuck Norris : wow great song and music video but the title confuses me, the song wasn't about a rigged table at all